World Link : World Link UNIT 2 LET’S EAT Slide 2: Contents:
Vocabulary: Adjectives describing foods; restaurants experiences
Grammar: The comparative and superlative form of adjectives.
Functions: Offering and Suggesting Slide 5: Foods we like Slide 6: MORE ADJECTIVES: Hot
Appetizing/ unappetizing Peppery (spicy)
Stale (not fresh)
Raw (uncooked) Unit 2 Page 12 Lesson A: Vocabulary Link : Unit 2 Page 12 Lesson A: Vocabulary Link Slide 8: v delicious, crispy, juicy bland oily, good, tasty, too sweet Slide 11: Why don’t we Why don’t we How about How about Why don’t we Slide 14: Language Link larger simple spicier crowded relaxing more delicious more interesting sweeter more delicious nicer more crowded redder Slide 17: Lesson B Eating out Slide 18: e c f b d a Lesson B Eating out! Slide 19: v fast life farmers Europe members Slide 20: vegetables
fish water green tea gardening walking deep breathing exercises massage Slide 22: researcher centenarians habits attitude Slide 23: * You can use prepositional phrases after the superlative:
Mount Everest is the highest mountain un the world.
*You can use one of to show that something or someone is part of a group:
Jim, Kim, and Amy scored 100% on the test. Amy is one of the best
students in our class. Slide 24: sweet the largest the simplest The spiciest the most delicious the most interesting Down home: “Just like in your home region” Slide 25: the most romantic the most difficult the most popular the noisiest the most exciting the best the largest the cheapest Slide 28: CONTINUOUS EVALUATION